Kovac is hired to investigate a marriage scam with the aide of photography and camera, he finds out that a recent citizen to the US is being victumized by the scam. air date 12-4-60 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Charles Bronson-Camera-Mike Kovac
The last show of the series. "The Colonel", head of a ruthless gang of army deserters working in France, are plotting to kidnap movie star Hank Fletcher to hold the studio ransom while Fletcher is visiting Cannes. The American Government asks Kovac to protect him. Air Date 2-6-60. Topic: Charles Bronson-Camera-Mike Kovac
Joe Klemer is going to pull one more robbery and then retire. He burgles a home, comes out the door, and gets shot; but it is all staged so Joe Klemer was not robbing the home. Joe's youngest daughter will not get any insurance so Mike Kovac sets out to prove innocence. Air date 2-1-60. At least, that's what it says in the DVD set. Topic: Charles Bronson-Camera-Mike Kovac
After several murder wittneses meet with deadly accidents, Mike Kovac uses his camera to apprehen the killer. Air Date;1-4-60 favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Charles Bronson-Camera-Mike Kovac
An undercover federal agent (Charles Bronson) trying to penetrate a counterfeiting ring runs into a big dilemma when the boss asks him to kill a man. Season 5, Episode 25 includes two commercials Topics: Classic TV, Federal Men, Charles Bronson
A young has been boxer (Charles Bronson in an early TV role) makes an agreement with the Public Defender to turn himself in for a probation violation. However, he has second thoughts and does something deperate instead. Season 2, Episode 30 (1955) Includes original commercials for Revlon with Mike Wallace, and Marlboro. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Public Defender, Charles Bronson
Photographer Mike Kovac (played by Charles Bronson) thinks he recognizes a girl from a cruise ship, but she pretends not to know him and her "Uncle" doesn't want his picture taken. Air Date: December 12, 1958 (Season 1, Episode 9) favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Man with a Camera, Classic TV, Charles Bronson
Dick Powell defends Charles Bronson (as Charles Buchinsky) from a murder charge. Among the witnesses are Strother Martin (as Strather Martin) and Byron Foulger. Originally aired 22 October 1953 (Season 2, Episode 5). Don't bother downloading the h.264 file; the Cinepack file from which it is derived is smaller. Topics: Dick Powell, Charles Bronson, Strother Martin, Byron Foulger, classic tv, Four Star Playhouse
A dated episode of "DuPont Cavalcade Theater", titled "A Chain of Hearts". This episode of the filmed US anthology series originally aired 1 November 1955 on ABC, and is presented here complete with the original 3-minute commercial, which appears after the main story has finished. Cast includes Charles Bronson as a man who seeks US citizenship. The rest of the cast consists mainly of character actors and bit-players, the kind who have over 100 credits on IMDb but nobody can... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, DuPont Cavalcade Theater, Charles Bronson, Drama, Anthology, Anthology...
An episode of dramatic anthology series "Stage 7". This episode stars Peggy Ann Garner, Charles Bronson, Irene Hervey and Grandon Rhodes. Originally broadcast 29 May 1955 on CBS, however this is a 1959 syndication print under the "Star Performance" title, though it does run the correct 25-and-a-half minutes. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 50s, Drama, Anthology series, Anthology, Peggy Ann Garner, Charles...